Submitted by spuddyjack on Tue, 03/05/2019 - 19:44
or search Down at the Bu
Some mellow vibe at the Bu . . . hope you enjoy it.
Please post anything in the same vein.
Wow nice clip. Such long cruisey waves. Can’t help but imagine the anarchy just out of frame.
Yeah Solitude, true, things aren't always what they seem, but it generally evokes memories of a slower pace of life well lived.
Yeah for sure. Just looks like pure fun and something I reckon a lot of people forget our there.
Slight different vein but same place:https://stabmag.com/stabcinema/stephanie-gilmore-swooping-sets-at-malibu...
Loved the Steph clip; that twin fin set up suits her style to a tee; Steph glides like a seraph at times across the lip - absolute joy - and by the expression on her face she's making the most of it - nice one Solitude. Great example of soul surfing. I'd like to surf with my son at the Bu some time.
Some nice surf related links/vids etc.
Slow motion study - Tyler Warren mini simmonshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZOBzF4FPvo
That was unreal
A bit more hi-fi, but the Bryce/Burch combo has produced some of the most fucked up turns I've ever seen. This latest clip is no exception.
great surfing in that vid alrighty but can someone explain why the v cut out in the nose of the board.?
From Ryan re. the split nose:
"It compliments my asymmetrical boards, which are really narrow – 18 inches wide – and don’t have a lot of curve in the outline. So the nose helps extend the straightness of the rail line. Lately I’ve been doing split-tail boards that have twin fins and a pickle-fork nose. The width in the nose creates balance, but the cut-away between the points in the nose helps when you get them in the air on late drops."